Environmental Studies prepares students with knowledge, skills, and ethical sensibilities needed to engage a broad range of local-to-global human-environment relationships. The program centers interdisciplinarity, cross-cultural perspectives, and care with the goal of better understanding the human and more-than-human world. The curriculum includes courses in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities that encourage students to explore the scientific, technical, social, political, economic, cultural, aesthetic, historical, ethical, and justice-oriented aspects of environmental inquiry. Students approach questions in the major by developing more focused knowledge and methodological tools in their major concentration. At a time of radical climatic and environmental change, we aim to empower students to create a more just, livable, and compassionate world for human and more-than-human flourishing.